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on 13 June 2011
WWE No Way Out 2003 Match Ratings:

1. Chris Jericho vs Jeff Hardy 4/5

Have to be honest that even though this was the opening match, I would have to say that is was the best match of the night. As to expect plenty of good in ring wrestling and some great high flying jumps and kicks from Jeff Hardy, who in the end fell to the clutches of the Walls of Jericho, with no choice but to tap out.

2. RVD & Kane vs Lance Storm & William Regal (WWE World Tag Team Championship) 3/5

Nice little tag team match, with plenty of good tag team work by RVD & Kane who I thought were going to win this match, but sadly they didn't as Kane accidentally hit the Choke slam on his own tag team partner.

3. Billy Kidman vs Matt Hardy (WWE Cruiserweight Championship)3/5

Here we have a good match for the Cruiserweight Championship and have to say that the finish off a Twist of Fate off the turnbuckle was the eye catch moment of the match to see Matt Hardy becoming the new WWE Cruiserweight Champion.

4. Undertaker vs Big Show 3/5

Pretty good match between Taker & Big Show, with some good in ring and out ring action and in my opinion one of their better matches.

5. Chris Benoit & Brock Lesnar vs Team Angle 4/5

My second favourite match of the night with this being a really great match, with pretty much back and forth action from both teams.

6. Scott Steiner vs Triple H II (World Heavyweight Championship) 3/5

Not a bad match for the World Heavyweight Championship and have to say that it weren't bad for what people make it out to be as it was a rather enjoyable match between Big Poppa Pump & The Game.

7. Stone Cold Steve Austin vs Eric Bischoff 3/5

Though this match was short, though in my opinion great to see Eric Bischoff getting his ass whooped by a man who hates him very much e.g. Stone Cold Steve Austin.

8. The Rock vs Hulk Hogan II 3/5

Not as good as the match they had at WrestleMania X8, but this match did have it's moments of being a decent main event. The ending was quite shocking as Mr McMahon screwed over Hogan, so that the Rock could pick up the victory.
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on 19 July 2015
After an exciting Royal Rumble at Madison Squares Garden, we head over to Las Vegas to continue the road to Wrestlemania XXIV (24) for No Way Out.

We have two great Elimination Chambers matches guaranteeing the winners of both a WWE and World Heavyweight Championship match at Wrestlemania XXIV. Both Elimination Chamber matches featured the likes of Batista, Undertaker, Triple H, Shawn Michaels just to name a few but all of these talents showed how brutal the Elimination Chamber can be.
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on 8 November 2010
ECW championship - Chavo Guerrero vs CM punk

A good match with good build up. It seems strange to see Punk as a fan favourite but a good energetic match 7/10

World Heavyweight championship - Edge vs Rey Mysterio

As talented as he is it can sometimes be hard to take Mysterio seriously. The build up story to this was rather daft and the fact the match finishes almost carbon copy to the Rumble match sums it up. 5/10

Smackdown elimination chamber

Two of the greatest athletes ever in Batista and Undertaker start off the match and other `superstars' in Finlay, MVP, the great Khali and Big Daddy V enter. Easy to tell who the final to will be but what a finale and oh my word what a fantastic finishing manoeuvre! Just for that this is worth an 8/10

Ric Flair vs Mr Kennedy

Good match, Mr Kennedy (Or Anderson on TNA) is a brilliant mic worker and great athlete and with the prospect that if Flair lost he would retire this boiled some good tension and a great finish. 8/10

WWE championship - John Cena vs Randy Orton

With Cena's big return at the rumble this got the fans excited and a good lengthy match and although I can barely stand Cena he was alright, the ending to this match was so abrupt and funny. 8/10

Raw elimination chamber

With a good array of matches behind it No Way Out boiled down to a sensational last match that did include a roster of all respectable stars in Jeff Hardy, JBL, Y2J, HHH, Umaga and HBK and despite my accidental stumbling on the result, you could not guess who would win this. Fantastic moves, fast and slow paced, bodies hitting steel, a swanton off a pod a bloody collection of bodies, this was easily match of the night. 10/10

A good pay per view, entertaining though not classic but if anything at a cheap price I would buy simply for that last Raw chamber match.
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on 30 July 2008
The final event before wrestlemania 21 was an all smackdown brand affair and it wasnt that bad,it was let down by some shockingly average matches that would have still looked out of place on thursday night smackdown but there were some matches that deserved special praise.
The event opened with the WWE tag team titles up for grabs as the champions rey mysterio and eddie guerrero went up against the basham brothers.My first thought was that the bashams would mess this match up but they did well,eddie and rey of course worked perfectly and created what can be viewed as an innovative,well structured and well paced match that had some comical moments but also retained a good level of quality.
Heidenreich fought booker T next in a match that no one wanted to see,there wasnt much hype going into this and this is not a match worthy of a pay per view,the ending was lame and there is nothing more to say other than avoid like the plague,a real disgrace,whoever booked this match should come on television and apologise to us all.
There was a 6 man elimination match for the crusierweight title next and the men featured included the champion at the time funaki,along with shannon moore,spike,paul london,akio and chavo guerrero.This match was good but slighly rushed,there was plenty of quality shown and a real desire to win,there werent too many cheap falls and the entertainment value was maintained.
The undertaker went up against luther reigns next,the crowd werent that happy with this as they felt,as i did,that the winner was never in doubt.This match was sluggish and went on longer than necessary,luther was well out of his depth but the undertaker carried him well at times so at least he made a fist of it in places,the undertaker wasnt perfect either though as he fluffed a few punches and oversold the odd move,two men that didnt work together then,ah well.
John cena fought kurt angle next in a very solid match,both men shared alot of ringtime in 2005 and this wasnt the best of the bunch but it had lots of endurance and clever moves and both men showcased their undoubted talents very well,hard to seperate the two in the end but their was one winner and that man deserves credit,a fitting tribute to the WWE and the smackdown brand at that juncture.
The main event was next,the WWE championship was the prize,the champion,JBL had it all to do against the big show in a barbed wire steel cage match.I must state though,that those bloodhounds looking for skin being torn from the bone by barbed wire may feel cheated as it hardly features,that is a shame but what can we do,there is still blood and some bad intentions showcased and a will to win that defies logic at times,this was a good match,not a classic but the ending contains a genuinely brilliant moment that will be talked about forever perhaps,i was happy enough with this event for the most part so three stars is a good rating.
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on 13 October 2014
Great main event, featuring the first ever Barb-wire steel cage match between John 'Bradshaw' Layfield and The Big Show, for the WWE Championship. Plus, a good two matches:- 1. Undertaker vs Luther Reigns 2. John Cena vs Kurt Angle No. 1 contenders match for the title.
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on 15 June 2017
My grandson enjoyed this very much. Delivery and condition good.
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on 9 October 2013
Good all round ppv the first ever barbed wire steel cage match was good and how JBL won was not expected. John Cena beating Kurt Angle to go onto the main event of Wrestlemania at the time was brilliant as it is good to see them giving a youngster the chance to headline Wrestlemania and we all know how his career took off from then onwards!!!
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on 20 February 2017
Very good
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on 22 June 2014
Not a ba pay per view. could of been alot better. but it is watchable. some good spots in the event., worth checking out
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on 24 July 2014
this was bought as a present for my brother and he thoroughly enjoyed it
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